P.L. 113-291, National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2015 (Title VIII, Subtitle D)

Keyword
区分
公法(Public Law)
別称
FITARA
発行日付
2014/12/19
発行者
Congress
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概要

Subtitle D: Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform - (Sec. 831) Requires specified federal agencies to ensure that the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the agencies has specified authorities and responsibilities in planning, programming, budgeting, and executing processes related to information technology.

(Sec. 832) Requires the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to make the cost, schedule, and performance data of specified information technology investments publicly available. Requires the CIO of each agency to categorize the investments according to risk and review those that have a high level of risk.

(Sec. 833) Requires OMB to implement a process to assist specified agencies in reviewing their portfolio of information technology investments, including the development of standardized cost savings and cost avoidance metrics and performance indicators. Requires the CIO of each agency to conduct an annual review of the information technology portfolio and requires the Administrator of the Office of Electronic Government to submit a quarterly report to Congress identifying cost savings and reductions in duplicative investments identified by the review.

(Sec. 834) Provides for the consolidation of federal data centers.

(Sec. 835) Requires OMB to work with federal agencies to update their acquisition human capital plans to address how the agencies are meeting their human capital requirements to support the timely and effective acquisition of information technology.

(Sec. 836) Directs OMB to prescribe regulations requiring a comparative value analysis to be included in the contract file when the federal government purchases services and supplies offered under the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative from sources outside the Initiative.

(Sec. 837) Requires the General Services Administration to develop a strategic sourcing initiative to enhance government-wide acquisitions, shared use, and dissemination of software, as well as compliance with end use license agreements.

(CRS Summary, Public Law)